I'm wondering how you believe that ANY astable multivibrator can gradually increase from 1Hz to 10Hz in the span of 2 seconds?Hi,
Is there an easy way to use the NE555 to generate pulse that gradually (exponentially rather than linearly preferred) increases from 1 Hz to 10Hz in 1 to 2 second and hold at 10Hz thereafter?
+1Using pin 5 won't work for that wide of a frequency deviation. You might get 30-35%, but our OP wants far more.
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